By Judah Smith
The subject is there, and so is the verb, but what comes next? Your answer could shed light on the path to becoming who you were made to be.
In these pages, Judah Smith fills out that sentence again and again, each time further revealing the character of Jesus. He writes as if to a friend, illustrating the importance of Christ’s message to modern men and women. This is a book for new believers, for lifelong followers and for merely curious.
-From the back of the book.
So here it is. My review on this great book. You know why I like it? because it feels real and normal. There are no trying-to-be-really-high-spiritual-chapters in this book. Well, not even sentences. It’s real, relatable and way easy to read. That means anyone can read it. even if you’re not a Christian.
Before you read this book you should know that you’re not going to find high theological input on who Jesus is. If that’s what you’re looking for then go get some other book. This is not for you. This book is for real people struggling on being Christians. It’s real, and its actually kind of funny. I literally caught myself laughing at some parts and even crying. Yes! It has those parts to.
I highly recommend this book to “millennials or generation Y”, we struggle like crazy in this high demanding world and I’m pretty sure this book will be refreshing to you. It was to me.
This is a great book to read this week. If you’re a fast reader, you’ll probably finish in 3 days max. If not, then it’s still a really good book to start this week and finish before the year ends. But come on its only 200 pages you can read this in a day. But if you’re a freak like me who reads like 6 books at a time, then maybe it will take you sometime to finish. Anyways no matter if you’re a reader or not you should read this book. It’s fun, awesome and easy to read.
Quote from the book:
“The Bible says that salvation is a gift. It’s free. We don’t need to clean up our acts before we approach God. We don’t need to make a sacrifice or pay for our sins. We receive forgiveness by faith, which simply means we choose to believe that Jesus died in our place. I know it sounds too good to be true. That’s why it’s called grace. And that’s who Jesus is.”